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[texts]William Benjamin 107th New York Infantry Civil War - a descendant
This is a late life photo and pension document of Private William Benjamin, a soldier who served in the 107th New York Infantry Regiment Company I "Campbell Guards" from about Aug. 13 1862 until Feb. 6th 1863. It is believed he fought at the September 17, 1862 battle of Antietam, where his regiment lost some 63 men killed, wounded or missing while fighting in Mansfield's 12th Corps of the Union Army...
Keywords: Union Army; Civil War; William Benjamin; 107th New York; Antietam; Civil War Pension
Downloads: 48
[audio]With Fire and Sword - Samuel H. M. Byers
LibriVox recording of With Fire and Sword, by Samuel H.M. Byers. Samuel H. M. Byers was an American poet, diplomat, and soldier in the Civil War. "In war some persons seek adventures; others have them in spite of themselves. It happened that the writer of this book belonged to a regiment that seemed to be always in the midst of great experiences. It was, in fact, one of the few regiments that absolutely fought themselves out of existence...
Keywords: librivox; audiobook; Civil War; Union Army; General Sherman; Libby Prison; Vicksburg
Downloads: 1,099
[texts]116th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry - Uniforms & Equipment
U.S. Civil War re-enactment goods and sutlers.
Keywords: Sutler; Sutlers; U.S.Civil_War; War_Between_the_States; Confederate; Union_Army; soldiers; insignia; sailors; marines; badges; cap_plates
Downloads: 157
[texts]Civil War Photo William Atkinson 72nd Indiana - My great great great grandfather's commander
Here is a picture of William Atkinson, commander of Company C of the 72nd Regiment Indiana Infantry (Mounted), part of John T. Wilder's "Lightning" Brigade. This was likely taken in or after 1863, during or after the American Civil War/War Between the States. The photographer's mark appears to read "Louisville"(Kentucky?). Wilder's Brigade were mounted infantry, meaning that they rode horses but were intended to fight on foot, unlike cavalry...
Keywords: 72nd Indiana Regiment; Wilder's Brigade; Lightning Brigade; Spencer Rifle; Mounted Infantry; Civil War; Union Army; Chickamauga; Resaca; Hoover's Gap; Selma; Kennesaw; John T. Wilder
Downloads: 66
[image]1927 Bannerman Catalogue of Military Goods - Part 22 - Herbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
Part 22 of the 1927 "Bannerman's Catalogue of Military Goods," here are some forms of military headgear such as cloth-covered cork spiked-helmet, kepi, shako, and of course a flag from the U,.S.S. Olympia, a flag halliard, and a clip cartridge belt. HHB2
Keywords: Starr Army Revolver; Miniature pin-fire pistol; USMC Shako; Confederate & Union Army Kepis; Clip Cartridge Belt; CPO Stick Pin; Flagship USS Olympia Pennant; 1927; Bannerman Catalogue
Downloads: 103
[texts]Civil War Photo James Armstrong Ind. - my great great great grandfather was his friend
Here is a picture of James Armstrong, who fought in Company C of the 72nd Regiment Indiana Infantry (Mounted), part of John T. Wilder's "Lightning" Brigade. This was likely taken in or after 1863, during the American Civil War/War Between the States. Wilder's Brigade were mounted infantry, meaning that they rode horses but were intended to fight on foot, unlike cavalry. They carried seven-shot Spencer repeating rifles as in the photo, which gave them a huge advantage over Confederates armed with...
Keywords: 72nd Indiana Regiment; Wilder's Brigade; Lightning Brigade; Spencer Rifle; Mounted Infantry; Civil War; Union Army; Chickamauga; Resaca; Hoover's Gap; Selma; Kennesaw; John T. Wilder
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[movies]RIO LOBO
After the Civil War, Cord McNally searches for the traitor whose perfidy caused the defeat of McNally's unit and the loss of a close friend.Director: Howard HawksWriters: Burton Wohl (screenplay), Leigh Brackett (screenplay)Stars: John Wayne, Jorge Rivero, Jennifer O'Neill
Keywords: sheriff; texas; colonel; civil war; traitor; army; union army; murder; soldier; gunfight; confederate soldier; sergeant; gold; captain; confederate; horse and wagon; shootout; doctor; ccmrtv; CCMR TV
Downloads: 99
[texts]William Relph Civil War soldier
This is a letter written by my Great Great Great Grandfather William Relph "Grindstone Bill", who served in the Union Army in the famous Lightning Brigade of Col. John T. Wilder and got his name for carrying a grindstone to sharpen knives and bayonets all the way to camp on his back one day. He had mustered in to the 72nd Indiana Infantry Regiment, Company C, on 16 August 1862. At the time this letter was written, he had been in the army some active 25 days...
Keywords: Union Army; American Civil War; Salt River; 72nd Regiment Indiana Infantry; Wilder's Brigade; Lightning Brigade; James Robinson; John Glaze; Grindstone Bill
Downloads: 99
[image]A Series of 30 Generals of the American Civil War - 1888 - Herbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
Herbert Hillary Booker 2nd of Tujunga, California presents a set of 1888 trading cards depicting general officers of the Confederate & Union Armies.
Keywords: General Pierre Gustave Tousant Beauregard; General Braxton Bragg; General William Joseph Hardee; General John Bankhead Magruder; General Leonidas Polk; Cigarette Trading Cards; Tobacco Company Trading Cards; Confederate Army; Union Army
Downloads: 92
[texts]Apple Manual: rebel charge at chickamauga
Apple Manual: rebel charge at chickamauga
Keywords: rhe; unit; command; units; melee; phase; corps; artillery; enemy; thomas; command control; operation points; command menu; firing unit; enemy zoc; ibm key; union army; operation phase; combat phase; enemy units
Downloads: 12
[texts]Index to Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens and Surgical Photographs, 3rd edition - Michael Rhode
A computer inventory of Civil War medical photographs taken at the Army Medical Museum, and published in 8 volumes during and after the war. Photographers include William Bell. The images are currently in the National Museum of Health and Medicine, the successor to the Army Medical Museum. There are 400 Surgical Photographs (SP) held at the Otis Historical Archives (OHA) of the National Museum of Health and Medicine...
Keywords: Civil War; medicine; medical photography; William Bell; surgery; bone; Columbian Exposition of 1876; Union Army; Army Medical Museum; National Museum of Health and Medicine; George Otis; President James Garfield
Downloads: 312
[movies]Untold Stories of US History Part 1 - Mark Taylor-Canfield - Mark Taylor-Canfield
Published on Jul 4th Journalist Mark Taylor-Canfield's original four part documentary exploring untold stories of US History. In this segment he discusses President Abraham Lincoln's suspension of the right to habeas corpus, newspaper publisher Randolph Hearst's war mongering, and the fact that Teddy Roosevelt's "Rough Riders" did not actually ride horses when they conquered San Juan hill.
Keywords: Mark Taylor-Canfield; History; Media; Journalism; United States of America; USA; Joseph Purlitzer; William Randolph Hearst; Teddy Roosevelt; Rough Riders; Spainish-American War; Cowboys; Hollywood; Film; Culture; Cattle; Gambling; Tombstone; Arizona; Dodge CIty; Bat Masterson; Wyatt Earp; Law; Pirates; Spies; Patriots; Confederacy; Union Army; Bushwackers; Empire; Cuba; Philipines; Propaganda; Mass Media; Rupert Murdoch; USS Maine; 1898; Horses; San Juan Hill; Crime
Downloads: 162
[movies]Untold Stories of US History Part 2 - Mark Taylor-Canfield - Mark Taylor-Canfield
Published on Jul 4th Journalist Mark Taylor Canfield's original four part documentary on untold stories of US history. In the second segment he discusses the reasons behind General George Arnstrong Custer's decision to lead the US Army's 7th cavalry into an ambush at Little Big Horn, how a Greek hedonist inspired the melody to the "Star Spangled Banner", and women's rights activist Anna Elizabeth Dickinson...
Keywords: Mark Taylor-Canfield; History; Media; Journailsm; United States of America; USA; Film; Culture; Law; Pirates; Spies; Patriots; Confederacy; Union Army; Propaganda; Mass Media; creative commons; culture; europe; earth; usa; documentary; education; George Armstrong Custer; Little Big Horn; Crazy Horse; Sitting Bull; Ulysses Grant; Corruption; Graft; politics; Washington DC; 7th Cavalry; US Army; Arapaho; Souix; Cheyenne; Anna Elizabeth Dickinson. womens rights; vote; suffrage; Greece; pagan; music; melody; Star Spangled Banner; Anacreon; hedonism; epicurean; activism; slavery; Joan of Arc; abolition; Abraham Lincoln; 1871; 1864; US Congress; Washington DC; African-Americans; lyceum; Frtancis scott key; national anthem; Fort McHenry; Baltimore; War of 1812; Great Britain; England; Ferdinand Durang; bombardment; Pennsylvania Anti-slavery Society; lecture; heritage; stereotypes; society; prodigy
Downloads: 108
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